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- Dichgans, Johannes; Held, Richard; Young, Laurence R.; and Brandt, Thomas. Moving visual scenes influence the apparent direction of gravity. Science, 1972, 178, 1217-1219.
- Brandt, Thomas; Dichgans, Johannes; and Held, Richard. Optokinesis affects body posture and the subjective visual vertical. Pflugers Archiv. Ges. Physiol., 1973, 339, Supplement, r97.
- Dichgans, Johannes; Brandt, Thomas; and Held, Richard. The role of vision in gravitational orientation. In: Mechanisms of Spatial Perception and Orientation as Related to Gravity, H. Schone (Ed.), Fortschritte der Zoologie, 1975, 255-263.
- Held, Richard; Dichgans, Johannes; and Bauer, Joseph A. Characteristics of moving visual scenes influencing spatial orientation. Vision Research, 1975, 15 (3), 357-365.
- Finke, Ronald; and Held, Richard. State reversals of optically induced tilt and torsional eye movements. Perception and Psychophysics, 23 (4), 1978, 337-340.
- Wolfe, Jeremy; and Held, Richard. Eye torsion and visual tilt are mediated by different binocular processes. Vision Research, 1979, 19, 917-920.
- Wolfe, Jeremy; and Held, Richard. Cyclopean stimulation can influence sensation of self-motion in normal and stereoblind subjects. Perception and Psychophysics, 1980, 28, 139-142.
- Merker, Bjorn; and Held, Richard. Eye torsion and the apparent horizon under head tilt and visual field rotation. Vision Research, 1981, 21, 543-547.
- Finke, Ronald A.; Pankratov, Michail; and Held, Richard. Dissociations between perceptual and oculomotor effects induced by rotating visual displays. In: Festschrift for Ivo Kohler: Sensory Experience, Adaptation and Perception, (B. Wooten & L. Spillmann, Eds.), Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum Associates, 1984, 303-316.
- Held, Richard. The inferential model of motion perception during self-motion cannot apply at constant velocity. Comments on “Motion perception during self-motion: the direct versus inferential controversy revisited” by Alexander H. Wertheim. Behavorial and Brain Sciences, 1994, 17, 320-321.
- Held, Richard; Leibowitz, Herschel. The Significance of Vection: Thoughts Provoked by Gunnar Johansson's Studies on Visual Perception of Locomotion. In: Perceiving Events and Objects. A Review of Gunnar Johansson's Research with Commentaries, (G. Jansson, Ed.), Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1994, 449-454.